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    A good, not great year for this category.

    Here’s my ranking of the nominated performances:

    1) Leslie Ann Warren, Victor/Victoria – She has the best musical number in the movie (Chicago, Illinois) and she was the one who had the idea of it! Terrific performance.

    2) Glenn Close, The World According to Garp – A Glenn Close performance we are not used to see. I loved it! She stole the show. Everytime she appeared on screen I was hooked.

    3) Jessica Lange, Tootsie – We love non hammy Jessica Lange too! Liked this one, she had some sweet moments.

    4) Teri Garr, Tootsie – I don’t think she stole the show as many people think, but she was definetely good and improved a role that could have been completely thankless.

    5) Kim Stanley, Frances – She was really good, but didn’t do much for me.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    This was Lange’s best performance. The less hand fluttering the better.

    I would have chosen Close or Garr over her though.

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    Glenn should have won this year honestly, one of my favourite performances of hers and the most deserving of that year in my opinion.

     

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    The actual best supporting performance here was the very overlooked Charlotte Rampling in The Verdict (serioulsy, Mason gets nominated for doing the same thing he did his entire career but she doesn’t???)

    Emmys FYC: Ruth Wilson (His Dark Materials); Moses Ingram and Harry Melling (The Queen's Gambit)

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    The actual best supporting performance here was the very overlooked Charlotte Rampling in The Verdict (serioulsy, Mason gets nominated for doing the same thing he did his entire career but she doesn’t???)

    I’m not sure but I believe Charlotte Rampling was campaigned for Best Actress. Lindsay Crouse was campaigned heavily for Best Supporting Actress (she was married to the writer David Mamet and did have that big climactic courtroom scene.) If I’m right then it was probably the case that they didn’t want Rampling competing with Crouse.

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    I actually really like this year’s nominees and think it is one of the stronger years of the decade.

    It’s sort of too bad Lange got the double nomination and had to win for a performance that everyone felt was a consolation prize. When she won her second Oscar she said it felt good because her first win was always a bit strange like it needed in a note in the record books that although she won for Tootsie she really won for Frances.

    I think Close could have won (tremendous buzz and did the best with precursors besides Lange) and it was her film debut!

    If Close had won Lange would have won in 1984 for Country. Close wouldn’t have had the long overlooked problem and Sally Field would have been saved from giving the “you like me speech” which I think hurt her career and reputation a bit and lost her nominations she was thought to be in line for with Steel Magnolias and Forrest Gump.

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    I do think it’s refreshing to watch Lange in TOOTSIE when compared to some of her other work but I do think she had better competition in the category.

    I’ve always felt Garr stood out more in TOOTSIE and she mined so much out of her relatively brief screen time.

    I do think Glenn Close, much like another longtime snubee Amy Adams, gave one of her best performances in first nomination…but unlike Adams, this was her film debut!

    My ranking as of this moment is:

    Close
    Garr
    Warren (she was delightful)
    Lange
    Stanley

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    Garr was so much better than Lange, but they obviously went with the hot young starlet.

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    Garr was so much better than Lange, but they obviously went with the hot young starlet.

    I think Lange won mostly due to her Frances performance. Not to mention, she was never winning for that considering she was up against Meryl Streep for Sophie’s Choice.

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    1. Warren

    2. Close

    3. Lange

    4. Garr

    5. Stanley

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    1. Karen Black – Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
    2. Lesley Ann Warren – Victor/Victoria
    3. Carol Burnett – Annie
    4. Glenn Close – The World According to Garp
    5. Cher – Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean
    6. Ann-Margret – The Return of the Soldier

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    I was heavily for Lesley Ann Warren – Victor/Victoria.

    (Though is softens the blow Jessica Lange took home Oscar.)

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